Underworld – “Brilliant Yes That Would Be”

As long as Old Man Winter won't GTFO, I'll keep on subjecting myself to a soundtrack of long-winded, melancholy electronic music. And just in time, Underworld -- UK legends who were new to me until their...

I’ve Heard It: Hookworms – Microshift

Google "hookworms" and you're greeted with a barrage of information on a particularly nasty parasitic worm, which infects helpless humans through contact with "hookworm larvae found in dirt contaminated by feces." Ick! They're insidious little buggers....

P.C. Music Continues to Bring the Goods

While no one is looking, P.C. Music continues to steamroll through its pop contemporaries, long having transcended its tongue-in-cheek, ironic inception. Right now we are feverishly anticipating SOPHIE's new album, and the new single "Faceshopping" just ratchets...

I’ve Heard It: Nils Frahm-All Melody

Nils Frahm’s All Melody stimulates a sensory orgasm replicating a single gratified nerve ending. The German composer introduces the album with “The Whole Universe Wants to Be Touched”, a piece incorporating romantic howls from a chorus...

Have we gone TOO FAR?

Dear citizens... Have we gone TOO FAR? How long have we all been drinking the TOO FAR JUICE?! We've become worthless, pitiful SLOBS, glued to our DEVICES.. and INCAPABLE of RETALIATION! What have we done? Why are we letting them TAKE CONTROL?! We...

GFOTY – “Poison/Tongue”

Blocland loves PC Music. Behind their façade of irony and cultural commentary, the label's been churning out exceptional pop music for years now, all the while through that goofy and unmistakable PC Music filter. In an...

Rina Sawayama – “Take Me As I Am”

One of the best pop songs of 2017 is like a time-warp to 2003. UK producer Clarence Clarity -- whose 2015 album No Now is one of this decade's most sublime and underrated electro-pop albums -- brings the...

I’ve Heard It: Young Thug & Carnage – Young Martha

Young Thug is my favorite rapper alive, hands down. He has the most dynamic and thrilling voice in hip-hop, which is hard to argue even if you can't stomach the guy. And I know a lot...

I’ve Heard It: Shannon Lay- Queen Mother of Sunflowers-Living Water

Shannon Lay is a pollinator of intellectual blossoms. She carries granules from flowers to fields with her new album Living Water. Released on the Autumnal Equinox, Lay’s music balances light and dark as she connects the...

Alex Cameron – “Politics of Love”

The scourge of politics has permeated every facet of our lives. Wherever you go, no one can stop talking about what those fat cats in Washington are up to. Obligatory dinner with your grandparents? Politics! Drunk...